Discover Your Study Hall in Paradise at Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach

Beachfront Hotel Partners With Clearwater Marine Aquarium to Provide Fun and Educational Remote Learning Experiences for Kids This Fall

USA, Clearwater, Florida. September 14, 2020

With summer days winding down and a new school year in full swing, Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, an upscale beachfront hotel located along Florida's beautiful Gulf shore, is excited to announce a splashy partnership with Clearwater Marine Aquarium - home of Winter the Dolphin from the Dolphin Tale movies. Even though the classroom might look a bit different this year, Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach's youngest guests can continue their education remotely from a dreamy beach destination with the resort's new Study Hall in Paradise offer.

The innovative staff at Clearwater Marine Aquarium have created dedicated learning pods for each child in socially distanced Clearwater Marine Aquarium classrooms, following all CDC guidelines. This provides a supervised remote learning experience for the young ones to engage in their virtual schoolwork in a new and stimulating environment. Each child will bring his or her own laptop, headphones and any learning materials needed for their specific class. This socially distanced learning study hall will be supervised by a dedicated Clearwater Marine Aquarium Marine Biologist.

After the school day has ended, children enrolled in the aftercare program will enjoy tours of the aquarium to visit rescued marine life while continuing to learn through exciting activities and games.While the kids are learning, parents can focus on their own work and take advantage of a dedicated workspace at the hotel, or enjoy all of the resort's amenities, including indulging in two complimentary spa treatments at Pallavi Luxury Spa as part of the Study Hall in Paradise offer.Class times are offered daily from 8:30am to 11:30am and 12:00pm to 3:00pm with aftercare sessions from 3:00pm from 5:00pm. Children must be ages 5 and up. Rates start at $479 per night excluding taxes and services. The Study Hall in Paradise package details include:

  • Upgraded room with private balcony
  • Private learning pods at the Clearwater Marine Aquarium Education Center
  • Tours of the Aquarium to visit rescued marine life, educational activities, and games
  • Daily boxed lunch and afternoon snacks for the kids
  • Dedicated workspace for the parents with highspeed internet and free printing
  • 2 spa treatments per stay for the parents
  • Waived resort fee with complimentary nightly parking
  • Offer available for new bookings from September 1 - December 28, 2020 with rate code HSUM25

Set just 90 minutes from Orlando and less than four hours from Jacksonville and Miami, Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach is within driving distance of most major cities in Florida and beyond. Its expansive pool area and picturesque location makes it the perfect domestic destination for memorable, relaxing beach getaways.For more information or to reserve a stay at Wyndham Grand Clearwater Beach, please visit www.wyndhamgrandclearwater.com or call 727-281-9500. Follow along on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.


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